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Unread 01-02-2014, 10:42 AM   #51
Bluesman
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Just my $.02. Every cooker I own is a tool of the trade. I use them as I determine what results I want as they all cook a bit different. As for the PBC, I think the idea is a good one and also a valid design. The issue here is that some folks may be a tad bit upset that somebody is making money on a successful design change relative to an UDS. If you want to replicate the PBC then hang meat in your WSM or try and build your own. All ideas that come from this forum generate new ideas and extended experimentation and that is an excellent byproduct of quality discussion. I truly believe if people here had the time, money and resources to the proper tools they would copy the Weber OTG..........Yes they would. But they find it a lot easier to just buy one and move onward to cooking. One day another new style of cooker will come out and it will get the same treatment, quite frankly I can't wait to see the new ideas...........
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